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EPS SEAMAT
Immediate Mattifying – Oily skin regulator

Thanks to its specific composition of sugars containing hydrophobic amino acids, EPS SEAMAT absorbs sebum and mattifies the skin. Its light structure does not clog the pores and preserves the hydration of the skin. Finally, it decreases the factors of inflammation which participate in the increase of sebum production

Characteristics
  • Oily skin 
  • Combination skin 
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  • Marine Origin 
  • Water soluble 
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What it is

Obtained from a marine ExoPolySaccharide produced by a micro-organism isolated in Aber Wrac’h (Brittany, France), EPS SEAMAT is a polymer of sugars which contains hydrophobic amino acids hydrophobic: serine and alanin.

Natural, Sustainable and Green

Cultivated in bioreactor, it is then extracted and purified by membrane technologies.

0 solvent / 100% pure

Benefits

  • Immediate mattifying effect: -13% skin shine
  • Sebum-regulating effect (observed by 79% of volunteers)
  • Reduces the number of dilated pores : -9% after 1 month
  • Reduces the number of blackheads : up to -82% of reduction

View of immediate mattifying effect on the forehead.

SEAMAT

How to use

Water soluble ingredient to use from 1 to 2% in:

  • A BB cream
  • A face powder
  • A day cream for combination and oily skin

CHARACTERISTICS

Liquid form or pure powder form

Formulate at less than 50°C

Available versions

EPS SEAMAT P1.5: phenoxyethanol

EPS SEAMAT PA: phenetyl alcohol

EPS SEAMAT PURE POWDER

To go further

BIOTECH EXPERTISE
Stakeholding in Polymaris

In 2011 Codif took a stake in the company Polymaris, a marine biotechnology specialist. Codif is the first company to offer a complete range of unique marine molecules with no land-based equivalents: the ExoPolySaccharides.

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